Inboard engines servicing

Viking Marine is pleased to announce that we are now a qualified Mercruiser service centre. We have up to date diagnostic equipment for the MPI range of petrol Mercruiser inboards and sterndrives in order to provide the full range of services beyond the usual 'oil and plugs' change. We have attractive service rates and the full range of genuine Mercruiser parts available. Contact Leighton with details of your engine for more information. We are also delighted to quote for any re-engining or installation work

Contact us.

Viking Marine

Kilcoole Industrial Estate,
Kilcoole,
Co. Wicklow.
T: +353 1 2811168 

boats@vikingmarine.ie

Contact the Shop.

Viking Marine

The Pavilion,

Dun Laoghaire,

Co. Dublin.

T:+353 1 2806654

 

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Dublin Weather

Afloat Magazine
Kinsale Yacht Club Frostbites Finally Get Underway (Sun, 14 Feb 2016)
The 2016 Kinsale YC Frostbites finally got going today. Strong winds resulted in the cancellation of the first two weeks so the KYC Sailing Committee, under Race Officer John Stallard, were delighted to have three keenly contested races run today. Conditions were perfect for both the Squib and Laser Fleets, 12 – 14 knots of wind out of the north east and flat seas. 10 Squibs were on the start line. Race 1 saw Cian and Finbarr O’Regan in Fagin take line honours with Jeff Condell and Donal Small in Viking Gold 2nd. Viking Gold took the 2nd Race, in slightly more testing conditions with gusts of 22 knots, with Colm Dunne and Rob Gill in Allegro in 2nd place, while in the final race Fagin again excelled and Allegro came in 2nd. Denis and Brid Cudmore in Sensation put in a very solid performance and came in 3rd in all three races. 5 full rig lasers competed today. Daragh O’Sullivan took the first two races with Siofra Guilfoyle in 2nd and Fergal O’Hanlon in 3rd. However the third race saw Siofra pull ahead and he managed to stay ahead of Daragh to take line honours, Gary Horgan came downwind hot on the heels of Daragh. Daragh held his line and rounded the leeward mark ahead of Gary to come 2nd, Gary came in 3rd.
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